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Setting Goals for An Effective Food Plot Program
by Blaine Burley

If you want to attract more deer and grow bigger deer on your property you must develop an effective year-round food plot program.  In other words, you will need to grow and maintain a significant amount of high-quality (year-round) food plots that will greatly enhance the nutritional plane on your property.  In short, you must begin “farming for deer” not just planting a few small plots each fall to attract and harvest deer.

In order to get the most out of your property and your investment you must be…
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Seasonal Nutritional Needs of the Whitetail
by David Morris

In order to formulate a nutritional strategy (plan) for whitetails, it is necessary to know their seasonal nutritional needs. Biologists and scientists can get into…

COYOTES AND FAWNS - A DEADLY COMBINATION
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

A newborn fawn is defenseless, immobile, and left isolated by its mother except for a two to three brief encounters per day for nursing. …



Can a Selective Buck Harvest Affect Free-ranging Deer Antler Characteristics?
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Mickey W. Hellickson, Charles A. DeYoung, Randy W. DeYoung, Randy Fugate, Donnie Harmel, David G. Hewitt, and E. L. “Butch” Young

Selective breeding experiments…

Shed Antler Hunting - Part I
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson


As soon as I noticed the sun glare off the tip of the antler tine, I knew which buck had shed the…



Factory Ammunition Accuracy
by DArcyEchols

A question I am commonly asked from my clientele is “how accurate is the rifle you are building me going to be when using factory…



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Tip #35 – Utilize Your Property

If your property will allow it try to plant about 10% of your land base in food plots.


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